All Verb Noun
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  • I reckon one day with her would make him feel different on a good many subjects. Cited from The Girl Scouts at Home, by Katherine Keene Galt
  • It has seen its day and will soon be reckoned a thing of the past. Cited from At the Deathbed of Darwinism, by Eberhard Dennert
  • "How long do you reckon it will take us to make the run?" Cited from The Rover's Secret, by Harry Collingwood
  • At the most, this can only be reckoned at some ten thousand years. Cited from Folklore as an Historical Science, by George Laurence Gomme
  • One school of science reckons a hundred and fifty different species of man. Cited from Lectures and Essays, by Goldwin Smith
  • I reckon you think as much of your life as I do of mine. Cited from Young Wild West at "Forbidden Pass", by An Old Scout
  • Now the terms nature and super nature include everything which has already been reckoned with.
  • I reckon old Master had everything his heart could wish for at this time. Cited from Slave Narratives: Oklahoma Narratives, by Work Projects Administration
  • I reckon you'll understand better if I tell you how it came about. Cited from Raw Gold, by Bertrand W. Sinclair
  • The writers reckon they don't match up, but we think they do.
  • I reckon I saw one German go quite twenty yards in the air. Cited from New York Times Current History: The European War, Feb 1915
  • There was one person, however, upon whose action no one had reckoned. Cited from Marjorie Dean, College Sophomore, by Pauline Lester
  • Chief among these, since she gave her life for the cause, we must reckon MRS. Cited from Woman's Work in the Civil War, by Brockett and Vaughan
  • In time, others will join us and we will become a force to be reckoned with.
  • I reckon that's what our two sisters would say on the subject. Cited from The Castle Of The Shadows, by Alice Muriel Williamson
  • He tried to keep us, I reckon, but had to let us go. Cited from Slave Narratives: Oklahoma Narratives, by Work Projects Administration
  • In either case he reckoned on knowing all about it before long. Cited from Follow My leader, by Talbot Baines Reed
  • However, I reckon she was as good as some of the women who did go. Cited from Danger Signals, by John A. Hill and Jasper Ewing Brady
  • These, reckoned at world-price figures, are sold at one-third of their value. Cited from Europe--Whither Bound?, by Stephen Graham
  • But I reckon the majority of men are too deep for a woman. Cited from An Arkansas Planter, by Opie Percival Read
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Meaning of reckon

  • verb Take account of
    You have to reckon with our opponents, Count on the monsoon